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ATTENTION: NEW HOME GAME POLICY

Posted On: Friday, January 03, 2020
By: jkramer

Boys and Girls Basketball and Wrestling home events are no longer open to the general public.

Students (UDSD and Visiting):

Only students with school-issued IDs and who are eligible to attend school events will be allowed to purchase a ticket at the event.  UDSD students are able to pre-purchase student tickets with district-issued student ID at the Athletic Department during lunch periods the day of the game. Non-UDSD students must arrive with their District’s school photo ID to purchase the $5.00 tickets at the door, which will also be available to UDSD students who did not pre-purchase tickets.  All students, home and away, must arrive to the sporting event with their district-issued photo ID.

Family and Other Spectators:

Prior to each sporting event, the Upper Darby School District team and the visiting team will submit a list of approved parents and family members who plan to attend the game.  Those on the list will not require additional approval to purchase a ticket at the gate.

Anyone not on the  pre-approved spectator list may still enter the game with the purchase of a $5.00 ticket at the door and approval by either Upper Darby District personnel or by personnel from the visiting team.

This change will take effect on Saturday, January 4, 2020.

Please note the following reminders:

  • Students are not allowed to bring backpacks and/or large bags to games

  • Food and drink are not allowed in the gym

  • Bring your student ID

It is the expectation of the Upper Darby School District that students act in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct at District-sponsored events and that visitors and other members of the school district community display proper decorum at these events.  Students who violate the District Code of Conduct will be disciplined according to District policy up to and including suspension or expulsion from school. Students and visitors could also be subject to criminal prosecution by the Upper Darby Police for any violation of the PA Crimes Code.

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